A puzzle glue company has been founded in India by a group of students from the University of Chicago.
The group, which is known as Puzzle Glues India, is making it easy for people to get the latest product from its online store and is working on the creation of a mobile app for the company’s website, the company said in a statement.
It has also been working on developing the online store in a number of languages and is in talks to launch an app for smartphones.
Puzzle Glues was founded by Dr Anupam Srivastava in 1976 and the company currently has around 5,000 employees in India.
The company said that the founders decided to launch the company after they were hit with a big wave of job losses due to the economic downturn.
“After working for the same company for the last eight years, I have realized that our business has to grow and we have to go forward,” Dr Srivartava said in the statement.
In 2013, the US Supreme Court rejected a challenge filed by the state of Indiana to block the company from making its products in the US.
India has seen a spate of job cuts in the past year as the country tries to ease a decades-long trade war with China.